Luling Living Center celebrates Mardi Gras
King Mark Yuncevich and Queen Margaret Catoire reigned over the facilty.
Mark Yuncevich, 66, was named king of the celebration and Margaret Catoire, 69, was named queen.
Yuncevich was first admitted to the facility on Jan. 7, 2013. His hobbies include carpentry and drinking black Russians.
Catoire was admitted to the facility on Dec. 15, 2004. Her hobbies include taking care of stray cats and playing bingo.
A jazz band played Mardi Gras classics as the court was honored. The event was culminated with a dinner.
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